TurfMaster Ride-on Brake Drums Help?

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    howsen1950
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    Hi Guys,I hope someone could help me here I’ve just Purchase a turfmaster ride on mower which I want to restore but brakes are faulty and I don’t seem to be able to find any info on the Rear brake 5 stud drums/shoes/pistons

    Any help with I.d of replacement part would be much appreciated

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    #29049

    charlie
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    If it is only the shoes that need replacing it should be possible to have them relined. No idea about sourcing other parts.

    #29051

    trusty220
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    The last company to own the Nickerson Turfmaster brand was Joe Turner Equipment at King’s Coughton, Warwickshire. It may be worth a call, but I doubt that they have anything left these days.

    #29053

    howsen1950
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    Can’t do that I’m afraid Charlie,The stud face of one of the drums has broken away

    #29054

    howsen1950
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    Thanks Trusty I’ll do a bit of searching.

    #29062

    howsen1950
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    After Getting hold of joe turner equipment – they directed me to David turner at greenmech now waiting on a return call …

    and after an over night soak if one of the brake cylinders i managed to get a number off it 84946
    quick google search directed me to a Morris minor cylinder and they look like a match.

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    charlie
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    It would be logical to use an off the shelf item when manufacturing these machines rather than have a bespoke item made. If it is Morris Minor it should be easily sourced and not too expensive.

    #29072

    howsen1950
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    after bit more tinkering it looks like the opposite side has also a different cylinder??
    so now thinking this good side with the MM cylinder may have been a bodge,and yet was the better side which i stripped down…

    as you said charlie I’d have expected the brake parts to be off the shelf cheap as chip’s item’s from back when these were made,but what was around back when these were built?? not alot with 5 stud fitment and even the drum backing plate is an odd one – spend hours looking at images of parts from late 70’s – 80’s to see if i can find a match

    #29073

    howsen1950
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    other cylinder 🙁

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